Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina - Group Size 10-15
Historical tour of the ancient city walls of Dubrovnik.
Discover the beauty of Dubrovnik while learning about the city’s interesting past on this historical walking tour.
The ancient walls, built in the 14th century served as defensive structures to protect the city.
You can expect stunning scenery alongside the beautiful blue colours of the Adriatic Sea and admire breath taking views of the port and the Old Town.
The Ancient walls of Dubrovnik is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Aboretum Trsteno Park
Aboretum Trsteno nature park was declared a natural rarity and in 1962 it was given the status of a protected monument.
The park has over 500 years of unique specimens of its kind.
The trunks of the trees are 5metres wide and between 50 and 60 meters tall.
This is the oldest renaissance park in Croatia, with specimens like Japanese banana trees, bougainvillea, evergreen magnolia and vast varieties of cactus and numerous exotic plants.
Also famous and known for the filming of award winning show Game of Thrones.
Visit to Pocitelj medieval fortress and ottoman architect in open.
This fortress was built by King Tvrtko in 1383 and had a strategic role in controlling the way to the sea through the Neretva valley.
From 1713 to 1835 it was the headquarters of the Pocitelj military district.
It is important to mention, the Alijina Mosque dating back to the first half of the 16th century which dominates the town with its original copper domes.
Kravice waterfalls is a beautiful oasis in the centre of rocky Herzegovina.
Here u can enjoy breathtaking sceneries along with stunning views and feel the majestic power of the water next to you.
Old Muslim monastery and a blend of natural and historical heritage.
Its highlight is Dervish Tekija, a 17th century building one of the largest and most monumental complexes build during the Ottoman period. Now part of the UNESCO world heritage,
Old City of Mostar
The 5th largest city in Bosnia.
Moster is the economic, political & cultural centre of Herzegovina.
In the 16th Century Sultan Suleiman ordered the construction of a new safer bridge. It was the work of builder Hajrudin who came from Istanbul and student of the Great Sinan, the Turkish architect of 16th Century. Today a great symbol of Moster.
A tour of the Capital of Bosnia
Capturing the battle of the Bosnian Serbs World War, and the target assassinations.
Visiting the Jablanica Bridge
Short tour of the Old Bridge in Konjic
Tour of Titos nuclear bunker from the time of socialist Yugoslavia
Tour of the old town and Bascarsija.
Tunnel Salvation – used in Sarajevo logistics supplies during the war in Bosnia Herzegovina.
The City has the most beautiful waterfalls in Bosnia & Herzegovina and has a very rich history and most amazing nature. The waterfall is located in the city centre and a must see.
These waterfalls are amongst the 12 most beautiful waterfalls in the world.
There are also Pliva lakes with mills complex that has been declared as a national monument of Bosnia & Herzegovina in 2009.
In 1963 Jajce was host to the European Championships in Kayak and Canoeing.
With the waterfalls these mills are among the most popular attractions of Jajce.
Cave Vjetrenica is the largest and most interesting cave in Bosnia - famous for its archaeological discoveries.
The cave is also home to many small lakes and endemic types of shellfish
Old Town of Trebinje established in 18th century into a trading and crafts centre. Only 28km from Dubrovnik and ranks Mostar and Stolac in terms of beauty.
Visit largest artificial lake in Europe, Bileca Lake